The National Capacity Building Project offers a range of e-learning courses for your benefit. These include:
- the blended-learning Fundamentals of Providing Services to Torture Survivors course, which was offered once this project period in 2016;
- a new standalone e-learning only "light" version of the Fundamentals of Providing Services to Torture Survivors course, which will roll out in 2017 and 2018;
- a new e-learning course on Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Research, developed in collaboration with CVT's Partners in Trauma Healing (PATH) project, in pilot mode as of 2016;
- four Measured Impact Webinars per year, which will, like all of our webinars, be live events that are recorded and shared on this website. We will also continue to expand on the resources and curricula available on this website.
The original blended-learning Fundamentals course was developed in a way that limits participation in order to facilitate trust, community development, and meaningful interactions between participants and the instructor. To be able to provide this important training to refugee service providers, we plan to create nine standalone e-learning modules out of selected content from Fundamentals and then house them on HealTorture.org so they become available to an unlimited number of learners, accessible at any time and in any order.
The e-learning course on Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Research (PMER) addresses common data collection and evaluation issues among SOT programs that prevent them from reporting more high quality client data. The course is designed for staff that conduct evaluation but who may not be formally trained in Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E). We designed 5 course modules that explore the elements of PMER.